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System Configuration

Workstation

Remote workstation

Text based VDU

Distributed I/O

Object-oriented Process Automation A common control language is used throughout all components of the system to cover the various needs of a control application.

SattLine includes the process graphics, operator interaction and program code for calculations and control in one and the same object. The objects, called Module types, may be saved in libraries.

Programs consist of a hierarchy of such objects which are able to correspond to physical objects in the plant or process functions.

In a large installation, there would normally be several more or less independent process units, controlled by systems connected on the same network.

It is possible to divide the execution of a program between several controllers. This is desirable if the process segment I/O count is too large to be controlled from a single controller or there are demands for faster execution.

Process objects may be built to include the program code, visual representation, interaction, data acquisition and communication etc. These objects are stored in libraries and are thus made reusable in both the current and future applications.

Workstation

Printer for report information

Maintenance station

Printer for alarm information

Printer for program documentation

Hardcopy

Ethernet

Office station

Series 200 Central I/O

Industrial PC

Series 200

Rack-based I/O

Series 200 Central I/O

Window Techniques SattLine may implement several types of window. Windows containing process overview or detail may be created on-line by the operator. Process objects may be built to contain interactions which create pop-up windows for control panels or other process views.

The information zoom facility makes it possible to organise and view process information in various levels of detail.

A SattLine process window

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